Natural Balance Therapy Resource Center

At NBT, we believe in educating you so you have a better understanding of your body, the treatment that you are receiving, and important ways to eliminate your pain at home. Take a moment to view our articles and self-treatment exercises that will help you on your path to well and an active and pain-free lifestyle.

MEET LINDA…

Who is NBT’s Resident Go-Getter and a devoted animal lover? That would be Linda, our advanced-level MFR therapist! A real doer who is always the first to lend a hand, Linda is motivated by her desire to care for others…humans and non-humans alike! In addition to...

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Get The Scoop – Snow Shoveling Safety

Winter finally arrived over the past week. This means colder weather and SNOW! With the snow comes snow shoveling. Over the last week, many of our clients have come in struggling with back, neck, or shoulder discomfort from shoveling. Paying attention to how you...

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Meet Kristin…

Meet NBT’s Resident Lifelong Learner and knitting queen…Kristin! A true Renaissance woman, Kristin is an expert-level MFR therapist and lymphatic drainage specialist whose gentle approach is appreciated by our patients with chronic pain conditions. She loves...

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Foam Roll – Anterior Chest

Do you spend a length of time during the day in a seated position? Does your body naturally want to go into a slouched position? Many of us have restrictions in the front of our trunk that are causing the soft tissue to shorten (i.e., compress). When this happens we...

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Sidelying Stretch

Do you feel scrunched on one side of your trunk? Does it feel like one leg is shorter than the other? Your body is struggling with restrictions that are causing the soft tissue to shorten (i.e., compression). When this is occurring in the body some of the things that...

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Taking the Clinic Home With You

For many of our clients, the clinic is a space that has a calming effect from the moment they walk in the door. In fact, we often hear from our clients that they can relax here more completely than anywhere else – and they’re not just talking about the effects of the...

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Going Beyond Treatment

Our clients come to NBT because they are struggling with pain and they just want to feel better. Many of our clients have seen multiple doctors, tried many treatment styles (chiropractic, acupuncture, physical therapy, massage), but just have not found relief. They...

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Hip Pain Slowing You Down?

Is hip or low back pain keeping you from enjoying your favorite activities this summer? Did you know that Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) can help your body repair and recover more quickly and effectively than traditional stretching? Here’s how it works: 1. AIS...

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Chasing Symptoms?

My low back hurts, so I treat it, but then my shoulder hurts, and then my neck. What’s going on? While not an exact quote, this describes the experience of many clients. Sometimes, a self-treatment session can feel like a game of tag, in which we treat and stretch and...

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MEET LINDA…

Who is NBT’s Resident Go-Getter and a devoted animal lover? That would be Linda, our advanced-level MFR therapist! A real doer who is always the first to lend a hand, Linda is motivated by her desire to care for others…humans and non-humans alike! In addition to...

read more

Get The Scoop – Snow Shoveling Safety

Winter finally arrived over the past week. This means colder weather and SNOW! With the snow comes snow shoveling. Over the last week, many of our clients have come in struggling with back, neck, or shoulder discomfort from shoveling. Paying attention to how you...

read more

Meet Kristin…

Meet NBT’s Resident Lifelong Learner and knitting queen…Kristin! A true Renaissance woman, Kristin is an expert-level MFR therapist and lymphatic drainage specialist whose gentle approach is appreciated by our patients with chronic pain conditions. She loves...

read more

Foam Roll – Anterior Chest

Do you spend a length of time during the day in a seated position? Does your body naturally want to go into a slouched position? Many of us have restrictions in the front of our trunk that are causing the soft tissue to shorten (i.e., compress). When this happens we...

read more